Consumables wear and tear Instructions

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1. How often do I need to replace the filter of the smoke purifier?

 

The frequency of cartridge replacement depends on the actual material used and the type of operation (cutting/carving) because the concentration and composition of smoke generated when different materials are cut/engraved will be different, for example, the amount of smoke generated by cutting paper and cutting wood boards will be additional. The amount of smoke from carving wood boards and cutting wood boards will also be additional. So the frequency of filter replacement will vary significantly for users with different usage scenarios. Light use may only need to replace the filter once every six months, while heavy users may need to replace it once in less than a month. However, when the filter is clogged, the laser cartridge prompts you to return the filter, the cleaner will flash a red light, and the software will encourage you to replace the filter.

 

2. How often do the laser tubes in the Laserbox need to be replaced?

 

The laserbox uses a thermal spike CO2 laser tube with a lifetime of approximately 10,000 hours, depending on the actual use. The daily operation should try to keep the laser temperature at 0 - 35°C because working in a high-temperature environment will accelerate the aging of the laser tube.

 

3. Why do consumables such as basswood boards deform over time?

 

Basswood is a wood composite material with the same moisture absorption and deformation characteristics as ordinary wood, which is an inherent characteristic of wood. Although wood composite materials such as bass boards structurally reduce the impact of moisture absorption and deformation, it is still necessary to pay attention to the storage environment during the use of the materials. Therefore, it is essential to avoid excessive humidity in the storage environment, avoid exposure to sunlight, and avoid deformation caused by stress.

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